Good morning. Today’s slate has a bit of international flair, from Ireland, China and Brazil:
The Fed’s job is only half over (Wall Street Journal) Written by a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
The Irish might have a better bailout blueprint (Bloomberg)
If we monetize happiness, we’ll be sad (Marketwatch)
Brazil’s president on “blue-eyed” bankers and emerging markets (PBS NewsHour):
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